But remember, your logic treatise wont be there with you on your death bed (well, technically, I suppose you could have it there with you in the hospital)
[6/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
Fundie Index: 3
¬_¬ please go away.
2/4/2011 1:21:25 PM
Reality is what it is. It doesn't matter who is on their death bed. Wishful thinking does not change what reality is.
How's that for a treatise?
2/4/2011 1:28:06 PM
Basically, the only things that will be with me on my deathbed is my last will and testament, and my donation card.
2/4/2011 2:12:11 PM
I'm quite sure what
be at my death bed:
An annoying priest, who harrasses me with nonsensical blabber like "You must accept Jesus Christ now!". I want to spend my last hours in the presence of rational, sane people, and I don't want this precious time spoiled by religious rubbish.
In the time when my death comes near, I will give very clear instructions to my relatives. Should any religious missionary come within 20 meters of my death bed, they are authorized to chase him away. Using physical force, if necessary.
2/4/2011 2:52:32 PM
and your god wont be with you.
nor will jesus.
or any stupid fucking religious deity.
2/4/2011 5:03:01 PM
God will be too busy with really important matters, like helping a team win at football or helping a clumsy woman remove a coffee stain from her favourite blouse.
He does have his priorities, after all.
2/5/2011 12:57:19 AM
Unlike your phony belief system, logic doesn't claim to make you immortal.
9/27/2011 6:14:49 PM